Armon-Lotem, S., de Jong, J. & Meir, N.
(eds) 2015Assessing Multilingual Children. Disentangling Bilingualism from Language Impairment. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Benders, T.
2013Mommy is only happy! Dutch mothers’ realisation of speech sounds in infant-directed speech expresses emotion, not didactic intent. Infant Behavior and Development 36(4): 847–862. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bolander, M.
1988Is there any order? On word order in Swedish learner language. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 9(1–2): 97–113. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bolin, I. & Bolin, M.
1916De två första årens språkutveckling hos en svensk flicka [The two first years’ language development in a Swedish girl]. Svenskt Arkiv för Pedagogik 4:159–223.Google Scholar
Carroll, S. E.
Chang, C.-J. & Luo, Y.-H.
2020A longitudinal study of maternal interaction strategies during joint book-reading in Taiwan. Journal of Child Language 47(2): 401–417. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Chaudron, C.
1988Second Language Classrooms. Cambridge: CUP. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Colliander, G.
1993Profiling second language development of Swedish: A method for assessing L2 proficiency. In Problem, Process, Product in Language Learning, B. Hammarberg (ed.), 32–47. Stockholm: Stockholm University, Department of LinguisticsGoogle Scholar
Corder, P.
1977‘Simple codes’ and the source of the second language learners’ initial heuristic hypothesis. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 1: 1–10. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Costa, A., Pickering, M. J. & Sorace, A.
2008Alignment in second language dialogue. Language and Cognitive Processes 23(4): 528–556. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cristia, A. & Seidl, A.
2014The hyperarticulation hypothesis of infant-directed speech. Journal of Child Language 41(4): 913–934. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dracos, M.
2018Teacher talk and Spanish subject personal pronouns. Journal of Spanish Language Teaching 5(1): 1–15. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Eaves Jr., B. S., Feldman, N. H., Griffiths, T. L. & Shafto, P.
2016Infant-directed speech is consistent with teaching. Psychological Review 123(6): 758–771. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Eklund Heinonen, M.
2009Processbarhet på prov. Bedömning av muntlig språkfärdighet hos vuxna andraspråksinlärare [Processability in Tests. Assessment of Oral Language Proficiency in Adult Second Language Learners]. PhD dissertation, Uppsala University.
Ferguson, C.
1977Baby talk as a simplified register. In Talking to Children: Language Input and Acquisition, C. Snow & C. A. Ferguson (eds), 209–235. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
1981‘Foreigner talk’ as the name of a simplified register. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 1981(28): 9–18. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Glahn, E., Håkansson, G., Hammarberg, B., Holmen, A. & Hvenekilde, A.
2001Processability in Scandinavian second language acquisition. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 23(3): 389–416. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Håkansson, G.
1987Teacher Talk: How Teachers Modify Their Speech When Addressing Learners of Swedish as a Second Language. PhD dissertation. Lund: Lund University Press.
1998Modern times in L2 Swedish. Syntax and morphology in formal and informal acquisition of Swedish. In Views on the Acquisition and Use of a Second Language. EuroSLA 7 Proceedings, L. Diaz & C. Perez (eds), 39–50. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra.Google Scholar
2017Typological and developmental considerations on Specific Language Impairment in monolingual and bilingual children: A Processability Theory account. Language Acquisition 24(3): 265–280. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Håkansson, G. & Nettelbladt, U.
1993Developmental sequences in L1 (normal and impaired) and L2 acquisition of Swedish. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 3(2): 131–157. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1996Similarities between SLI and L2 children. Evidence from the acquisition of Swedish word order. In Children’s Language, Vol. 9, C. Johnson & J. Gilbert (eds), 135–151. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar
Håkansson, G. & Norrby, C.
2010Environmental influence on language acquisition: Comparing second and foreign language acquisition of Swedish. Language Learning 60(3): 628–650. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hammarberg, B. & Viberg, Å.
1977The place-holder constraint, language typology, and the teaching of Swedish to immigrants. Studia Linguistica 31(2), 106–163. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hatch, E.
1983Simplified input and second language acquisition. In Pidginization and Creolization as Language Acquisition, R. W. Andersen (ed.), 64–86. Rowley MA: Newbury House.Google Scholar
Henzl, V.
1979Foreign talk in the classroom. IRAL 17(2): 159–167.Google Scholar
Hyltenstam, K.
1977Implicational patterns in interlanguage syntax variation. Language Learning 27(2): 383–411. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Jörgensen, N.
1976Meningsbyggnaden i talad svenska. [Sentence Structure in Spoken Swedish]. Lund: Studentlitteratur.Google Scholar
Josefsson, G.
2003Input and output: Sentence patterns in child and adult Swedish. In The Acquisition of Swedish Grammar, G. Josefsson, C. Platzack & G. Håkansson (eds), 95–133. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
Kuhl, P. K., Andruski, J. E., Chistovich, I. A., Chistovich, L. A., Kozhevnikova, E. V., Ryskina, V. L., Stolyarova, E. I., Sundberg, U. & Lacerda, F.
1997Cross-language analysis of phonetic units in language addressed to infants. Science 277(5326): 684–686. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lange, S. & Larsson, K.
1977Studier i det tidiga barnspråkets grammatik [Studies in Early Child Grammar]. PhD dissertation, Stockholm University.
Larsen-Freeman, D.
1985State of the art on input in second language acquisition. In Input in Second Language Acquisition, S. Gass & C. Madden (eds), 433–444. Rowley MA: Newbury House.Google Scholar
Larsen-Freeman, D. & Long, M. H.
1991An Introduction to Second Language Acquisition Research. London: Longman.Google Scholar
Levelt, W. J. M.
1989Speaking: From Intention to Articulation. Cambridge MA: The MIT Press.Google Scholar
Long, M.
1985Input and second language acquisition theory. In Input in Second Language Acquisition, S. Gass, & C. Madden (eds), 377–393. Rowley MA: Newbury House.Google Scholar
Månsson, A-C. & Ahlsén, E.
2001Grammatical features of aphasia in Swedish. Journal of Neurolinguistics 14(2–4): 365–380. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Martin, A., Schatz, T., Versteegh, M., Miyazawa, K., Mazuka, R., & Dupoux, E.
2015Mothers speak less clearly to infants than to adults: A comprehensive test of the hyperarticulation hypothesis. Psychological Science 26(3): 341–347. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
McNamara, D. S., Kintsch, E., Butler Songer, N. & Kintsch, W.
1996Are good texts always better? Interactions of text coherence, background knowledge, and levels of understanding in learning from text. Cognition and Instruction 14(1): 1–43. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Meisel, J. M.
1980Linguistic simplification. In Second Language Development: Trends and Issues, S. W. Felix (ed.), 13–40. Tubingen: Gunter Narr.Google Scholar
Naumann, K.
1997Svenska som främmande språk i Schweiz [Swedish as a foreign language in Switzerland]. In Svenskans beskrivning 22, G. Håkansson, L. Lötmarker, L. Santesson, J. Svensson & Å. Viberg (eds), 318–334. Lund: Lund University Press.Google Scholar
Paradis, J.
2010The interface between bilingual development and specific language impairment. Applied Psycholinguistics 31(2): 227–252. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pienemann, M.
2015An outline of Processability Theory and its relationship to other approaches to SLA. Language Learning 65(1): 123–151. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pienemann, M. & Håkansson, G.
1999A unified approach towards the development of Swedish as L2: A processability account. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 21(3): 383–420. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Platzack, C.
2001The vulnerable C-domain. Brain and Language 77(3): 364–377. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Plunkett, K. & Strömqvist, S.
1992The acquisition of Scandinavian languages. In The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition, Vol. 3, D. Slobin (ed.), 457–556. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar
Reichenberg, M.
2000Röst och kausalitet i lärobokstexter. En studie av elevers förståelse av olika textversioner [Voice and Causality in Textbooks. A Study of Students’ Comprehension of Different Versions of Swedish Texts]. PhD dissertation, Göteborg University.
Santelmann, L.
2003The acquisition of Swedish wh-questions. In The Acquisition of Swedish Grammar, G. Josefsson, C. Platzack & G. Håkansson (eds), 261–305. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
Sayehli, S.
2013Developmental Perspectives on Transfer in Third Language Acquisition. PhD dissertation, Lund University.
Schönström, K.
2014Visual acquisition of Swedish in deaf children. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 4(1): 61–88. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Shatz, M. & Gelman, R.
1977Beyond syntax: The influence of conversational constraints on speech modifications. In Talking to Children: Language Input and Acquisition, C. Snow & C. A. Ferguson (eds), 189–198. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
Silvén, M., Ahtola, A. & Niemi, P.
2003Early words, multiword utterances, and maternal reading strategies as predictors of mastering word inflections in Finnish. Journal of Child Language 30(2): 253–279. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Snow, C.
1972Mothers’ speech to children learning language. Child Development 43(2): 549–565. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Uther, M., Knoll, M. A. & Burnham, D.
2007Do you speak E-NG-L-I-SH? A comparison of foreigner‑ and infant-directed speech. Speech Communication 49(1): 2–7. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Waldmann, C.
2008Input och output. Ordföljd i svenska barns huvudsatser och bisatser [Input and Output. Word Order in Swedish Children’s Main and Subordinate Clauses]. PhD dissertation, Lund University.
Wesche, M. B.
1994Input and interaction in second language acquisition. In Input and Interaction in Language Acquisition, C. Gallaway & B. J. Richards (eds), 219–249. Cambridge: CUP. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Wesche, M. B. & Ready, D.
1985Foreigner talk in the university classroom. In Input in Second Language Acquisition, S. Gass & C. Madden (eds), 89–114. Rowley MA: Newbury House.Google Scholar